Montay Brandon Getting More Attention

While it may not always be true that the more one improves, the more people notice, it is seemingly hard to hide from the basketball evaluators of talent. Such is life for 6-7,195 pound, point guard, Montay Brandon of Wesleyan Christian Academy in High Point, North Carolina.

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After receiving offers from mid majors like Appalachian State, Liberty, High Point and Gardner-Webb, Division I colleges are now taking notice of the rising senior. Those division one schools noticing Brandon are leading to his receiving new offers. "I just heard from Oklahoma State. South Carolina and Nebraska have also made offers."

Georgia Tech is another school that is showing interest in Montay. "I've talked to Coach (Brian) Gregory and Coach (Josh) Posterino. The Georgia Tech coaches will be taking a closer look at Montay when he plays in the Peach Jam in North Augusta South Carolina in two weeks. Brandon will be playing for the Georgia Stars in the Peach Jam. "They also want to see me play at the LeBron James Skills Academy."

His busy July schedule will not allow Montay to take an unoffical visits but he does have plans after that. "After July, I hope to get to Atlanta to visit Georgia Tech.

Montay was measured at 6'7" at a recent camp. This came as a surprise to him. "I've been told that my growth plates are still open and I expect to put on an inch or two more." Will Montay remain a point guard if he continues to grow? "I hope to remain a point guard," said a laughing Montay.

When he hasn't been busy with camps or AAU tournaments, Montay has been working on improving his game. "I'm trying to get a more consistent jump shot."

Brandon will be one recruit that doesn't want drag out the recruiting process. "I want to commit once my visits are over and before my basketball season." Montay will to his mom and his high school coach Keith Gatlin for help in making the decision. Gatlin is the former Maryland star. Top Stories